Pants with Practicality

Heidi McKenzie and Philip Gordon pose for a portrait on Friday. McKenzie and Gordon are entrepreneurs combining fashion and function to produce products.

One designs jeans for the wheelchair bound, the other designs jeans for the modern traveler. Together they’re self-coined “jeanpaneurs.”
The two represent a new aspect of the fashion industry that is combining both function and fashion.

Food that rolls and rides

A general view of Rolling Oven in Lexington on Tuesday.

Rolling Oven is one of Lexington’s many movable restaurants, treating the city to the smell of pizza. Owner Nick Ring designed the truck after being inspired by one he saw on a trip to San Francisco.

‘Sage Rabbit’ owners taking their second shot

The exterior view of Sage Rabbit on Tuesday. Photo by Chris Best I Staff Reporter

Business is up and down and could get better for new Chevy Chase restaurant, Sage Rabbit. Head chef and owner John Foster and his wife and business partner, Nance Everts, opened up shop in July in hopes of a second chance at the restaurant business after co-owning Harvest a few years back.

Women candidates debate on campus

Lieutenant governor hopeful Sannie Overly answers a question at the Lieutenant Governor's Debate on Tuesday, October 13, 2015 in Lexington, Ky. Photo by Belle Leininger | Staff

This year’s unprecedented lieutenant governor’s race features only female candidates.
Two candidates, Jenean Hampton and Heather Curtis, would bring more diversity to the office. Hampton would be the first African American, and Curtis would be apart of the first husband and wife team.